Resources

What is Your Strongest Intelligence?

Many educators are under the assumption that Gardner's Multiple Intelligences (MI) and learning styles are synonymous; however, MI is a very distinct...

WriteAbout: Where the Student is the Star

Students can write and often, students want to write, but they need that spark to get the creative fire lit.  WriteAbout is a resource...

Google Chrome - Managing Multiple Accounts

This short video by Eric Curts, the creator and author of the blog Control Alt Achieve, demonstrates how easy it is to create and manage multiple...

iPad: Instruction with Rotating Centers

This video takes a quick look at how iPads can be used to make learning more personal for each student. Using centers to allow students time to...

Google Sheets: Add Drop Down Menus!

Google Sheets is one of the most undervalued Google products. Many people don't get spreadsheets, and often shy away from using them on a regular...

EdPuzzle: Create an Assignment Part 2

This resource is how to make a lesson in EdPuzzle, Part 2. If you haven't seen Part 1... click here.Using video in the classroom has been around for...

Strategy: Pass the Problem

This classroom teaching strategy is great for getting students to collaborate. The University of Oklahoma's K20 Learn site is full of great teaching...

Sample Canvas Home Page Templates and Designs

Here you will see strong examples of Canvas templates and home page designs.  Use these images as a guide to help you design and produce your own...

The Geo-Literacy Project - Explore Outside the Classroom

Exploring outside of the classroom can be a very valuable learning opportunity for your students. It can be inquiry-based and student-centered,...

Google Forms: Overview for Teachers

Google Forms is one of the most useful and versatile tools for a teacher. The power of Forms is its ability to gather information of all kinds and...

Infographics in the Classroom: A Real Example

One of the most powerful forms of learning is to see an example of how instructional practices can be implemented in a real classroom. In this web...

Open Dyslexic Readable Font Extension

Open Dyslexic is an open source font that can be loaded and used on any computer or Chromebook. It was designed to help dyslexic students read type...

Strategy: Photo Deconstruction

This instructional strategy from K20 Learn promotes critical thinking through the analysis of a photograph. This is a great way to engage students,...

Lesson Example: I know How To...

Creating great lesson plans with technology can be tough, but it isn't impossible. Common Sense Education has a great site filled with all kinds of...

Why YouTube?

Why does video and YouTube play such an important role in student learning today? Learn how a teacher in Kent, Washington uses YouTube to help...

PyxisEDU: Exploring Collections Part 2

Welcome to Exploring Collections Part 2. There are a lot of features to learn about when taking advantage of a Pyxis collection. In this video, we...

Essential Components of RtI

The Center on RTI is a national leader in supporting the successful implementation and scale-up of RTI and its components.  Their site has a wealth...

Infographics: Creative Assessment

This website by Kathy Schrock is a great resource for developing lessons and projects that will showcase infographics as a form of student...

YouTube: Can I Use This Music?

This video from Derral Eves will give you some guidance when it comes to using music content in YouTube. Teachers and students need to be aware of...